Author Archives: John Morehouse

March MVP – Gareth Swanepoel

A look at my March nomination for the Microsoft MVP aware, Gareth Swanepoel Continue reading

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Nothing To See Here

A look at using DECRYPTBYKEYAUTOCERT can be used within a view to help “head fake” a third party application. Continue reading

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February MVP – Melody Zacharias

A look at my February nomination for the Microsoft MVP aware, Melody Zacharias Continue reading

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January MVP – Mike Fal

A look at my January nomination for the Microsoft MVP award, Mike Fal Continue reading

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Resolved: A Duty to Act

My personal resolutions on how I will handle future inappropriate actions while attending PASS events. Continue reading

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MVP of The Month

A look at why I’ll be nominating one individual every month for the entire 2016 calendar year. Continue reading

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Idera ACE 2016

A brief look at the Idera ACE program and why I’m excited to be an Idera ACE for 2016. Continue reading

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I’m Speaking! SQL Saturday #444 – Kansas City

I quick look at the presentation that I’ll be delivering at SQL Saturday #444 in Kansas City, Missouri Continue reading

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I’m Speaking! SQL Saturday #431 – Spartanburg

I look at the sessions that I will be delivering at #SQLSAT431 in Spartanburg, South Carolina Continue reading

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Quick Script: Index Sizes

In the world of performance monitoring, there a number of ways to identify problems. Each method is different and usually, neither way is better than another. Over the years, I’ve started look at metrics around non-clustered indexes to help find problems. … Continue reading

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